Germany is a country famous for its sausages, and you will find variations at every other restaurant. Frankfurt am Main's Best Worscht in Town, however, claims to be the best of the best, an assertion that is not too far from the truth. The curried sausages available at this food stand are absolutely delicious, but, unfortunately for many, rather spicy. Still, in an attempt to make the currywurst appealing to a larger segment of the sausage-eating public, this eatery offer you levels of hotness, right from A to F, so you know exactly what you're getting into!
Aroma is a small eatery that specializes in budget-friendly Middle Eastern fare. The place is always busy with people stopping by for a quick bite on the go. From delicious falafel wraps to generously sized platters, the food is simple but oh so delicious. Service is prompt and friendly, ensuring a great dining experience from start to finish. Favorites include the shawarma sandwich and the falafel platter.
Bringing fine Italian and Mediterranean delicacies to the coast of Frankfurt is the Teo’s Delikatessen in town. This specialty restaurant is known for its superior food and the quality of ingredients used. You will find some great options on the menu from doner to falafel and in Italian, there is antipasti, black and white truffles pasta, and a list of wine that is just downright envious. Apart from these two, there is Greek, French, and Spanish cuisine on the menu as well.
Kleine Anna will charm you with its quiet character and fabulous sandwiches. This fast food joint in the neighborhood of Bahnhofsviertel has garnered quite a reputation for the delectable food it dishes out. The breads are fresh and lovely to taste while the fillings are just appetizing. Its true that you can't have the leisure of relishing the delish fare in this small restaurant as it tends to get crowded very fast, but relish you will. A great spot for lunch and to satiate your fast food craving though in a healthier way.
Nestled on the western end of Geothe University campus, Hoppenworth & Ploch has been delighting patrons with refreshing brews, since its establishment in 2008. What began as a student project has flourished into this award-winning cafe. Choose from their range of espressos, cappuccino and black coffee, made from locally sourced fresh ingredients. A small selection of cakes and sandwiches are available to complement your drink. Visit this cafe with plenty of change in hand, because they do not accept credit cards.
Just like the name suggests, Zeit für Brot or Time for Bread is one of the most authentic restaurant/ cafés you will see in the city. The reason being that this place produces a variety of options in bread, freshly baked in their café and that too organic and green. Sustainability is their core mantra and the products are all made from top quality ingredients. You can watch the bakers bake your favorite dishes in their open kitchen and also enjoy pastries, buns and their fabulous breakfast spread.
When it comes to baked goods and coffee, Brot und seine Freunde has perfectly nailed the art. This bakery-cum-breakfast space offers delightful combination of sandwiches, cake and coffee. While its chalkboard perched up on the wall announces the daily specials, its window display case allures patrons by showcasing tasty treats. That’s not it, Brot und seine Freunde also offers catering services that features breakfast, brunch and wine options. Call for details.
Located at the heart of Frankfurt, Paninoteca is an elegant Italian restaurants that shuns the pretentious attitude that upscale Italian restaurants are usually guilty of. Simply decorated with comfortable chairs and small, square tables covered with tablecloths, this charming restaurant also boasts of a lovely outdoor patio that makes for a great dining spot during balmy evenings. The menu here is thick with favorite Italian dishes - covering a range of salads pastas, paninis, risottos and pizzas. Meat, poultry, seafood as well as vegetarian preparations are well-represented here. Everything is delicious, to say the least while the serves is friendly yet attentive.
To enjoy authentic German cuisine cooked in contemporary style, visit Leib & Seele. Kick start your day on a pleasant note with its lavish breakfast platter or enjoy an elaborate lunch outdoors. Its extensive menu features soups, short eats, main dishes and of course delectable desserts. You can enjoy a wholesome dinner that is not too heavy on the pockets, thereby making for a lovely dining experience. Call for details.
Want to try something new or taste a different cuisine, then Cafe & Bar Celona is the place for you. This modern eatery offers Mediterranean and Spanish dishes that are prepared with authentic ingredients and herbs. From salad, burgers, Spanish tapas to tasty bread an interesting variety is on offer here. Apart from that, it also serves coffee and cocktails that are perfectly paired with its tasty food menu. Call for more details.
Offering a plethora of delicious Austrian and South-German specialties, Salzkammer is a charming restaurant located in Altstadt. Dishes like Wiener schnitzel and Austrian-style fried chicken are quite delectable. To complement these wonderful Austrian meals, there's a range of local as well as Austrian brews on offer. The restaurant features wood-panelled decor and comfortable wooden furniture. The prices are pretty moderate and service is great, all in all, this one's worth a visit.
Tucked away in the Frankfurter Kunstverein, this café bar is as creative as Kunstverein. The culinary team strives hard to maintain its versatility of being event venue that also doubles up as a café bar. Its menu is as creative as its visitors and features elegant snacks prepared from fresh ingredients. You can enjoy here all by yourself or discuss latest exhibitions with your friends over cocktails. Check website for more details.